Listen: Being an empath is going to kill you unless you wake up to certain things.
Trust me. I’ve been an empath my entire life, ever since I was a little kid. You know what it’s like.
As empaths, we have the psychic ability to feel other people’s emotions.
And it’s hard. Isn’t it?
But we empaths are the most caring, most loving people around. And we deserve happiness and success. So what are we going to do about it?
Thankfully, I know some amazing tips for empaths like me. And I’m going to share them with you so being an empath doesn’t kill you.
And I know you may have been asking how to stop being an empath. But don’t. Never ask that question. Being an empath is a gift. You just need to learn to control it, so you can get the pros, not cons, of being an empath.
Yes, there are both pros and cons of being an empath.
Being an empath used to kill me, partly because people were attacking me with vicious gaslighting techniques.
I used to wonder why I’m so sensitive. Why I am a highly empathetic person.
I used to wonder why I’m cursed with high levels of empathy.
And I used to see my heightened empathy and compassion as a bane.
But again, there are pros and cons of being an empath. You just have to know how to make the most of it.
Newsflash: Your heightened empathy and sensitivity is the result of superior intellect.
Because of those heightened feelings you’re going to end up soaring high, going from one success to another. That’s why being an empath can be awesome.
Once we learn how to cope with being an empath, we can start to use it to our advantage
Diagree? Consider this:
The importance and value of empathy was scientifically proven in a study conducted by the Center for Creative Leadership . The study investigated 6,731 leaders from 38 countries and concluded that empathy is positively related to job performance. This is especially true for managers. Managers with heightened levels of empathy are viewed as better performers in
That’s just one of the advantage of being an empath.
There are many more, as I’ll share in a moment.
But first you might be wondering, just what is an empath? What are the pros and cons of being an empath? And how can you make use of your empathy and tune into your intuition.
Judith Orlaff On The pros of being an empath
There are lots of benefits of being an empath.
Judith Orlaff, M.D says:
“We empaths have many marvelous traits. We have huge hearts and the instinct to help others in need or who are less fortunate. We’re dreamers and idealists. We’re passionate, deep, and creative, in touch with our emotions, compassionate, and can see the big picture.”
So how do we not just cope with being an empath, but make the most of the pros of being an empath?
Below are 10 ways how to cope with being an empath. They’ll help you make the most of the benefits of being an empath, and reduce the impact of the cons of being an empath.
their job by their bosses.
I have to be very patient.
Now I just talked to my husband about it.
He fights me by saying
"When I have it in the coffin, you'll miss it."
I understand that Linda.
I enjoy this group a lot.
I try to keep goooddiscussions going. It's not always easy.
You've done a good job, Dear Linda.